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CIA / Central America #83903

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 25, 1983
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(Studio) CIA's explanation for its intervention in Central America and differing perspective in Congress noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(El Salvador) House Select Committee on Intelligence's CIA-orchestrated tour of Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador featured; films shown. United States law governing CIA efforts to overthrow Nicaragua's government outlined. [Representative Bill YOUNG - acknowledges disagreements between United States and Sandinista government] Representative Clarence Long's subcommittee on appropriations noted voting tomorrow on additional aid for El Salvador; his condition for passing administration's request recalled. [LONG - wants to see peace process beginning.]
REPORTER: Peter Collins

Brinkley, David;
Collins, Peter

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